This beautiful apartment with two bedrooms in Sweden (Styled by Emma Fisher and Annica Clarmell, photographed by Hendrik Linden, for sale at Alvhem) has a subtle light grey wall color throughout the floorplan, which makes the furniture and accessories stand out against the walls in a modest way.
The apartment has two bedrooms: one next to the living room, and a second one next to the kitchen. The decor of the living room is based around the white sofa and white area rug and finished off with black and brown accent pieces.
The bedrooms are decorated in a warm yet modest way, and the kitchen includes a vintage dining table that adds a lot of contrast and texture to the space.
A living room with a white base palette and black and brown accents
The white living room couch is paired with a beautiful textured area rug in an off-white color. These white elements, along with the sheer white curtains in front of the window and the light grey living room walls, make for a perfect color palette from which the darker tones stand out.
The black coffee table, the mixture of textiles on the couch, and the green plant on the window sill all add a beautiful contrast to the living room decor.
A black sideboard is decorated with natural materials, a green branch, and black and white art prints.
The vintage glass cabinet next to the historic white ceramic fireplace adds a classic element to the setting. I love how the darker wood tone stands out against the white-soaped hardwood flooring.
A neutral bedroom with a burned orange comforter
The color palette of the main bedroom is rather neutral, with a light grey wall color paired with black bedside tables, a double black wall lamp, and a beautiful green branch by the window. It’s the burned orange comforter that is the main focal point in the space.
A vintage kitchen dining table with metal chairs
The vintage dining table transforms the look of the basic kitchen and adds a cozy area in front of the windows. The rough texture of the wooden table pairs nicely with the industrial touch of the metal chairs, while the careful selection of ceramics on the table and on the window sill add an elegant touch to the setting,
The color palette of the second bedroom pairs nicely with the one in the kitchen dining area, for a smooth transition from one space into the other.
A guest bedroom with a vintage desk
Just like in the rest of the interior of this apartment, the color palette is based around a natural base, with contrasting black elements in the textiles, lighting fixtures, and art prints, with a subtle touch of green brought on by the plants.
A white-painted vintage desk makes for a great home office section in the bedroom. The bedroom wall has a subtle wallpaper, which makes the beautiful objects on the desk and the peg rail on the wall stand out.
A mix of hexagon tiles and subway tiles in the bathroom
The bathroom walls have clean white subway tiles with grey grout, paired with a grey vanity and chrome fixtures for a modern effect. The marble hexagon tiles on the bathroom floor add a wonderful texture and have an elegant effect on the space.
An entryway with a combination of different flooring
When you enter the apartment, you are greeted with a beautiful black and white tile floor, which goes over into a hardwood floor in the second hallway section.
A subtle white wall shelf is the perfect spot for a beautiful selection of decor pieces. and a simple round mirror.